2023 Honda CB750 Hornet Lastly Lands In Thailand


At Intermot 2022, Honda dropped jaws when it pulled the covers off the CB750 Hornet. The middleweight bare bike phase has been booming, and the CB750 Hornet is proof that bikes with displacements within the 650cc to 800cc vary will simply maintain getting higher. 

It is solely been a couple of months for the reason that launch of the bike, and never all markets have acquired the brand new mannequin simply but. Nonetheless, in international locations that have already got the mannequin on sale, it is unanimously agreed upon that the brand new CB750 Hornet units a brand new customary within the middleweight phase – a typical beforehand set by the tried and examined Yamaha MT-07. That being mentioned, Honda has simply launched the brand new CB750 Hornet within the Southeast Asian market beginning with Thailand, the place it is priced at THB 319,000, which interprets to about $9,278 USD. It is provided within the Thai market in two colours consisting of Graphite Black and Pear Glare White.

2023 Honda CB750 Hornet - Riding

Relating to efficiency, the brand new Hornet is powered by a 755cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine with a max output of 92 horsepower and 53 pound-feet of torque. Honda has lastly come to its senses by giving the engine a 270-degree crankshaft – similar to the MT-07 – mimicking the efficiency and sound of a 90-degree V-twin engine. 

The all new engine is supported by a metal diamond body that weighs simply 16.6 kilograms – two kilograms lighter than the body of the inline-four-powered CB650R. Complementing the light-weight chassis is an easy but efficient Present SFF-BP 41-millimeter entrance fork and a Professional-Hyperlink-equipped monoshock on the rear. 

By way of expertise, Honda has but once more set a brand new customary within the Japanese middleweight phase with a big five-inch TFT show full with smartphone integration. Rider aids consisting of Rain, Normal, and Sport modes, in addition to a rider customizable mode all come as customary, too. Final however not least, the CB750 Hornet does not miss out on ABS and traction management.